Angie McMahon to lead Euroa Music Festival this November

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Angie McMahon to lead Euroa Music Festival this November

Euroa Music Festival
Euroa Music Festival - 📸 Tom Wilkinson

Angie McMahon, Electric Fields and more outstanding artists have been announced to play this spring at Euroa Music Festival.

Taking place in the Victorian picturesque regional town of Euroa, just under two hours north of Melbourne, the Euroa Music Festival will return to the magical parklands set by Sevens’ Creek for the second year running on Saturday, November 5.

Other acts that are set to play at the 2022 event include Vaudeville Smash, The Lazy Eyes, Olympia, Dallas Woods, Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird, Approachable Members Of Your Local Community, Andy Golledge Band, and Bad Pony.

Euroa Music Festival 2022

  • Euroa Music Festival has dropped its 2022 lineup with Angie McMahon, Electric Fields headlining
  • There’ll be a street party on November 4, then the full festival on November 5
  • It’s all going down in Euroa in Victoria’s high country

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While the main event will kick off on Saturday, the evening of Friday, November 4 will see a street party take place with entertainment provided by young regional acts competing in the grand final of the Out Of Nowhere – Battle Of The Bands competition. Hospitality offered by regional vendors will also be on show.

For regional road trippers, camping and glamping are available next to the festival site at Euroa Showgrounds and if pitching a tent isn’t your thing, the township has an array of accommodation from motels to the caravan park.

Euroa Music Festival 2022 led by Angie McMahon, Electric Fields and more

Return bus services will be available for music lovers living in the local surrounding towns of Shepparton, Wangaratta, Benalla, Violet Town, Seymour, Avenel and Nagambie.

The festival debuted in March 2021, making it one of the few live music events that were able to go ahead prior to much of the east coast being placed under lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was hailed as a resounding success. Last year’s lineup sported Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever as headliners, with other performances from Mildlife, Donny Benét, and Budjerah, just to name a few.

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